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Oceans of Fire

A Drake Sisters Novel
Narrated by: Alyssa Bresnahan
Series: Drake Sisters, Book 3
Length: 13 hrs and 20 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Elemental witch Abigail Drake, third daughter in a magical bloodline, was born with a special affinity for water and the power to communicate with dolphins. Off the coast of Sea Haven, California, she has spent her entire life swimming among the sleek aquatic mammals, studying their fascinating ways. But then her idyll is shattered when she witnesses a gruesome murder along the shore, placing her own life in imminent danger. Now Abigail must seek refuge in the strong arms of Alexsandr Volstov, the Russian Interpol agent who broke her heart years before.

New York Times best-selling author Christine Feehan is "the reigning queen of paranormal romance" (Publishers Weekly). A mesmerizing blend of suspense and sensuality with a mystical twist, Oceans of Fire roars with waves of passion, enhanced by Alyssa Bresnahan's sultry narration.

©2005 Christine Feehan (P)2008 Recorded Books

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"Sizzling [and] entertaining." ( Booklist)

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  • Toni
  • 10-06-2009

Turbulent Sea

Loved this book and Oceans of Fire (Abby's story). I wish when a new book came out is was immediately available on audio. Still looking for the audio of Hannah's story. Elle's book is coming out the end of June and I don't see it available on audio either. Hurry Up!

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  • Gary
  • 25-09-2011

Another Winner!!!!

I stumbled onto the Drake Sisters Series, purely by accident. I was looking for something in Fantasy or Western as they "were' my main interests at the time. My first acquisition was a hard copy of "HIDDEN CURRENTS" and I have been hooked ever since. Skillfully written and narrated make "Oceans of Fire" an entertaining, as well as satisfying book to listen too. I hope to find many more in the future.

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  • Jaz...
  • 04-05-2018

Unbearable, unfinishable.

First off, some of the pronunciations of words like "water" are grating when spoken by this author. And words like that happen all the time. The main character and the Russian love interest have ZERO CHEMISTRY, and its actively painful listening to the author force this man onto a woman who can do lightyears better. She has VERY DAMN GOOD REASONS to want this guy out of her life forever. And yet he stalks her, and she just randomly gets sexual urges towards him? WTF.

He "refuses" to let her out of their past relationship (insinuating she needs his permission) railroads her into multiple decisions that puts her life and her sisters' lives' in danger, and refuses to give her the time she desperately needs to get over the ptsd that HE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR. HE GOT HER TORTURED BY GOVERNMENT GOONS IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY. That's a far cry from forgivable, much less romantic, this poor girl needs therapy, not this awful character. I really don't know why Christine of all authors is trying to romanticize emotional abuse and manipulation. Shame on her.

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  • Sara
  • 28-05-2012

Enjoyable but predictable

I've started to listen to the Drake Sisters series and it's enjoyable but the stories are all extremely predictable. I recommend them but with the caveat that they all follow the same formula; this brings an idea of visiting with an old friend each time I listen to a new one.

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  • IreneMBBT
  • 13-12-2018

International smuggling comes to Sea Haven

Light-weight but well edited romantic suspense.
Abby witnesses a murder in the harbor of her own Sea Haven.
It’s the partner of her former love Aleksandr Volstov, tracking smuggled shipments. She’ll need to overcome her feelings of betrayal to best protect herself and her family.
They’ll need the help of all the sisters, Jonas, Jackson, Damon & Matt. And intro the first of the Prakenskiis, Ilya.
Bresnahan does a decent job of narration.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-09-2018

Very Explicit

I enjoy the overall story in this series, but I find the sex to be overly explicit. It is not necessary to the characters or the plot for it to be so explicit.

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  • bebe
  • 23-08-2018

Okay

I like the sisters in this series, but the star of this book, Abigail, is not one of my favorites. She is back home from a stint in Russia but I have no idea why she was there. Anyway, her great love, Alexander, has followed her to the Pacific coast of America where the mystical Drake sisters live. The sisters all have special gifts and Abigail's gift is the ability to make people tell the truth and she has an affinity for water. She swims with the dolphins. Abigail and Alexander parted after a horrible event and Abigail cannot forgive him. Alexander is determined to win her back. He is in America because coincidentally the smugglers he is chasing just happen to be operating in the cove where the Drake sisters live. Yeah, that could happen.

The book is very slow up until the last few chapters and the plot is absurdly ridiculous and contrived. There are some good parts and some eye rolling stupid parts. The narration is only okay. I would not recommend this book unless you are hooked on the Drake sisters and want to cover all of the ladies.

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  • bluesky
  • 10-08-2015

Stupid and boring!

Yawn, yawn! Very boring! I couldn't finish it as it was so stupid! I rather liked the fist book but this one ICK!

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  • Jennie
  • 27-03-2008

Fantastic Read!

Another great read by Christine Feehan! Her Drake sister series is very entertaining? Audible, please keep Christine's books coming!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-10-2008

love this series

I wish audible would put more of this series on their list looking forward to listening to the whole series!

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  • Jordan Wilson
  • 12-02-2015

Girls rule!

What made the experience of listening to Oceans of Fire the most enjoyable?

The way Abby drove Alexander mad but he still loved her, no matter what she did!

What was one of the most memorable moments of Oceans of Fire?

The date the Casper Inn and the first time at sashas home.

Have you listened to any of Alyssa Bresnahan’s other performances? How does this one compare?

They are all individual but they are no less as good as each other!

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Magic is everywhere we just need to believe!

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